Shepparton RSL News
The entire club has now re-opened. A few things have had to be put on hold though…
Although it has seemed a bit confusing of late, we are now able to simplify signing in for our members
After last year’s lockdowns cancelled the Anzac Appeal, Shepparton has bounced back better than ever.
Over 100 members attended an evening with Harry Moffitt where he spoke about his newly released book “ELEVEN BATS”
Big numbers turned out as ANZAC Day ceremonies returned after a two-year gap
Greater Shepparton City Council welcomes the newest addition to the Moooving Art Herd.
Local Vietnam veteran Darryl Macarty shares his experience as the RAAF celebrates 100 years.
Introducing a special proigram designed to help improve the health and wellbeing of our Service Members.
2021 marks the centenary of the RAAF. To celebrate we will hold a Commemorative Service on Wed March 31.
It’s top honours for two of our most valued Service Members.
Here are their stories.
Five generations of Jack’s family have sacrificed blood, sweat and tears for their country.
In recognition of the 75th Anniversary of the end of the 2nd World War, 23 of our local veterans are recognised for their service with a special medallion and certificate.
We may not have been able to commemorate ANZAC Day in the usual manner but this year we found different ways of coming together in spirit to pay our respects.
Check out our range of merchandise!!
Caps, beanies, mugs, stubby holders, stickers and limited edition woollen scarves – there’s lots to choose from and its all available from reception!
The Shepparton News’ John Lewis caught up with our very own Geoff Wilson, the ex-footballer turned collector, volunteer and grandfather of 15 to see how the well-known Sheppartonian now fills his time.
The Shepparton RSL Sub-Branch, together with the Shepparton Club, have donated $20,000 to our local CFA.
These funds will go towards much needed local equipment upgrades.
On the 31st of December 2019, it was 100 years since the Shepparton RSL Sub-Branch was officially formed. To celebrate, the Shepparton News published a 20 page feature.
Raising much needed funds for our ANZAC and Remembrance Day Appeals wouldn’t happen without the incredible support of our volunteers. Let us introduce some of our valued team.
Twice a year we publish a Newsletter featuring not only reports from our committee and management, but also special member profiles and valuable information about upcoming events.
Let us introduce little Matilda POPPY, named in recognition of her father who served in East Timor.
She is pictured in front of our specially created wall of remembrance,
The Shepparton RSL is the region’s best venue for bringing people together for work and play. Experience the difference at the Shepparton RSL.